For those of you still loving in an elevator, catching the beat or feeding your Frankenstein, you have a place where all your rock fantasies can come true; Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp.
The longtime institutional event allows classic rock fans to practice and play alongside some of music’s most notable stars including Dave Navarro, Steve Stevens and even the curly guitarist himself, Slash.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions across the United States, event organizers were forced to move activities online. On June 1, the camp will launch a Masterclass series that pairs musicians like Joey Kramer, Kathy Valentine, and Alice Cooper with fans for a unique interactive experience. Artists will share stories and tips that helped shape their careers. Other special guests include Steve Howe from Yes, Wilco’s Nels Cline and the blonde locked beauty of Sebastian Bach.
Officials also tease that guest artists have been known to pop into online classes unannounced.
Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp started in 1997 after founder David Fishof desired to "give the public the experience of feeling like a rock star by being in a real band and jamming with actual rock stars for four days and gaining knowledge and having fun along the way.”
RRFC says they donate portions of the camp’s profits to Roger Daltrey’s Teen Cancer America charity, and many artists donate proceeds directly to their favorite charities.
For more information about the June 1 Masterclass event, visit Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp's website.